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What Have You Done With Your T1 Today ?????


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Installed front (Part No. : 84649174) and rear (Part No. : 84109906) factory splash guards as well as Rear Wheelhousing Liner Set (Part No. : 84263801).  I used My Chevrolet Rewards points to get the splash guards.  There was a discount on rear wheelhousing liners and shipping was free to a dealership.  I know it probably would be cheaper to get the Husky or RC liners, but my OCD would have gone bonkers with felt in front and plastic in the rear. 🤪

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All my mods to date are

 

- Front 2" lift from bilstein 5100 shocks.

- Rear 1.5" lift kit from Rancho( that came with bump stops extenders also) plus 5100 shocks. 

- Go Rhino Dominator D6 side steps. 

- 20x9 Fuel Nitro +18 with 275 60r20 Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac (33" tall).

- Front and rear Gator Back mud flaps that also came with the front fender plugs color match with the truck. 

- Rough Country forget tow hooks in RED ( for the extra 10hp gain..🤪🤪🤪).

- BAK Bakflip Mx4 tonneau cover. 

- Blacked out all badges using old trusted PlastiDip+Plasti Dip Glosifier.

- painted the exhaust tips black with engine block high temperature paint.

-AVS glue on bug deflector in gloss black. 

- changed the front RST grill with a all black Trail Boss grill. 

- removed the front bumper air-dam for better ground clearance. 

- Camo Trail Boss decals on the bed. 

 

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On 6/10/2021 at 2:20 PM, DCC_318 said:

Installed front (Part No. : 84649174) and rear (Part No. : 84109906) factory splash guards as well as Rear Wheelhousing Liner Set (Part No. : 84263801).  I used My Chevrolet Rewards points to get the splash guards.  There was a discount on rear wheelhousing liners and shipping was free to a dealership.  I know it probably would be cheaper to get the Husky or RC liners, but my OCD would have gone bonkers with felt in front and plastic in the rear. 🤪

What kind of deal did you get on them? Still showing $150 in My Chevrolet App. 

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Removed the terrible wood grain trim and replaced with the GM 84458971 interior trim kit.

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On 6/12/2021 at 4:14 PM, NightcrawlerZ71 said:

What kind of deal did you get on them? Still showing $150 in My Chevrolet App. 

It was 10% off $100 or more

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Got new wheels for the truck. Went with Fuel Block D751, 18X9 -12 offset. Wrapped in the same Toyo Open Country R/T 35's as before.

 

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Took my truck to the dealership on Thursday night for 15,000 mile service, oil change, 2 minor issues covered under warranty, and adding the keyless entry number pad.  I'll get the truck back tomorrow since they needed to order a new tailgate bushing.  While my dealership was installing the keyless entry number pad they sent me text messages with pics to ask how I wanted the number pad installed.  Definitely appreciate my service writer taking the time to do that.  If you're in San Diego I recommend contacting Katrina at Courtesy Chevy if you need work done on your truck. 

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Dropped off the new wheels to have ceramic coated before installation.

 

Installed Lasfit LED back-up light bulbs.

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On 10/26/2020 at 6:16 PM, Ryguy said:

Full shot of the flares. 
 

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Looks awesome!  Were they easy to install?  I am curious of what size were the pilot holes and the screw quality?  Also the urethane that protects the paint under?  Thanks!

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On 7/2/2021 at 9:25 PM, Hamidar05 said:

Looks awesome!  Were they easy to install?  I am curious of what size were the pilot holes and the screw quality?  Also the urethane that protects the paint under?  Thanks!


I used a real small bit, if I remember correctly 7/32nd. The screws were fine from the kit but you have to hand tighten an impact drill would strip the head. There’s a small strip of rubber around the outer edge that keeps the trim off the slightly off the fender. 
 

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